Sat., Jan. 24, 7:35 p.m., Boren Ave. Complainant, an employee of the Detox Center on Boren Ave., called 911 to report a DOA. Officer arrived and contacted the complainant, who stated that victim, a transient white female aged 50, had arrived at the center at 2:57. She was drunk, and had just taken her methadone, but had a good heart and breath rate. She was checked regularly until 6 p.m., when her heart rate was found to be decreasing. She stopped breathing and became unresponsive, and Seattle Fire came to the scene. CPR was performed, but victim failed to revive. Officer turned over the scene to the County Coroner.
Mon., Jan. 26, 8:35 p.m., NE 45th St./ Seventh Ave. NE. Officer was dispatched to a report of an assault at the intersection. A witness called 911 to report that three males had just assaulted the victim, a transient white male aged 28. The suspects had then fled the scene in a silver Mazda. Witness was able to provide radio with a license plate number. Officers contacted the victim at the scene, who stated that he had been panhandling at the corner of the street when the silver suspect vehicle stopped at the light. He stated that he asked the driver for money, and the driver began to yell at him. The three suspects briefly exchanged words, exited the vehicle, and assaulted the victim. Victim stated he was struck in the face several times, but did not recall seeing any weapons. Suspects then got back into their vehicle and exited the scene. Victim had a bloody nose and a laceration over his eye. Seattle Fire arrived and treated his injuries at the scene. He was then transported to Harborview for further attention. An area check for the suspects was negative.
Mon., Jan. 26, 8:45 p.m., Pine St. Suspect, a transient Black male aged 22, was observed by officers as he was standing on the corner of Seventh and Pike, drinking from an open can of beer. He was contacted, and officers ran his name through records. They discovered an outstanding warrant, and suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Sun., Feb. 1, 2:03 p.m., Broadway Ave. Suspect, a transient Native American female aged 52, was observed standing on the corner of Broadway Ave, drinking from a can of beer. As officers approached her she poured the remaining contents of the can on the ground and put it behind the bench. On contact officers could smell the odor of intoxicants about her person. She provided identification, and officers discovered an outstanding warrant. She was issued a citation for the liquor violation, arrested for the warrant, and booked into King County Jail.